Swedish Massage Therapy

Effective for:
Reducing Pain
Reducing Stress
Improving Tissue Health
Improving Emotional State

Swedish Massage Therapy forms the cornerstone for most other types of massage therapy techniques.

It has the special ability to relieve pain and stress from your sore aching muscles. Most people associate this form of massage with stress relief but it has many other documented benefits.

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Benefits of Swedish Massage Therapy

Swedish Massage, properly applied, is great for helping your body’s lymph system move fluids that contain nutrients and wastes from your body.

Lymph fluid is circulated during voluntary muscle movement. Swedish massage promotes healthy functioning of your lymph system by directly stimulating and relaxing your muscles. If you’re suffering from muscular strain, Swedish massage can help your body’s lymph system flush metabolic wastes such as lactic acid and uric acid from your muscles. This shortens recovery time and helps you feel better faster.

The lymph system is also an important part of your body’s immune system, as white blood cells are produced and transported through the lymphatic system. Your lymph system is the means by which dead germs are collected in the lymph nodes and removed from the body. Swedish massage helps you stay healthy by supporting your immune system.

Do Swedish Massages Hurt? 

This RMT treatment is designed to relax the patient and is very comfortable for most people.

How Does Swedish Massage Work?

The movements and firm pressure involved in Swedish massage affect all systems in the body – including soft tissues such as muscles and ligaments and also nerves and even glands. Our massage therapists aren’t just giving you a Spa style muscle rub. They apply pressure to your muscles in movements that are in tune with the natural flow of blood back to your heart.

“All our treatments are evidence informed, natural, non-invasive interventions for pain and dysfunction present in the body’s soft tissue and joints.”

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